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In advance of next year's Super Bowl in NJ, NFL starts $2 million charitable giving push in the area, announced last week at Hoboken Boys and Girls Club.

"The National Football League kicked off a charitable giving program Friday ahead of next year's Super Bowl. The league and the New York/New Jersey host committee is giving $2 million to area charities. The money will be distributed by the committee's Snowflake Foundation and will improve sports facilities for young people, including in areas damaged by Superstorm Sandy in October." -- the San Francisco Chronicle

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